Hello,

I wanted to ask about the limits of the accelerometer and gyroscope in the pixhawk. I wish to use the pixhawk as a flight controller for a turbine powered plane capable of speeds upwards of 100m/secs.

I know this is a bit much for the poor pixhawk but I am curious about the hardware limitations of the device.

If there are other more robust sensors which can be attached to the pixhawk to make it capable of supporting a vehicle at that speed, that would be great as well.

Thank you,

Regards.

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The cube has flown much faster than that, and can handle +/- 16 G

Not sure, but I can put it inside my Ferrari and test it :)

Or perhaps a real jet...that would be fun..

That would be great. Will be waiting for the results. :)

iSkyMaster said:

Not sure, but I can put it inside my Ferrari and test it :)

Or perhaps a real jet...that would be fun..

Wow, didn't think that it was capable of that. Thanks. 

Is there a link to a video or any documentation of it? Would love to read about that.

Regards.

Philip said:

The cube has flown much faster than that, and can handle +/- 16 G

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